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The Old Farm House.
At the foot of the bill, near the old red mill,
In a quiet, ihadj spot, *
Just peeping through, half bid from riew,
I u Stande a little moss-gedwn cot,
Aod straying through at the open door,
The sunbeams play on the sanded floor.
The easy chair, all patched with care,
Is placed by tbe old bearth-stone ;
With eritcbblg grace, in the old fireplace,
The evergreens are strewn.
And pictures bang on the whitened wall,
And tbe old cloek ticks in tbe cottage balj.
! i I I •
More lovely still, on tbe window sill,
Tbe dew-eyed flowers rest,
While midst the teures on tbs moss-grown
eaves
Tbe martin builds her nest,
And all day long the summer breese
Is whispering love to the bended trees.
a
on
ry,
the
•a
will
so
Witt
land
being
.bfe
Over the door, all covered o'er
With a lack of dark green baise,
Lays a musket old, whose worth is told
In the events of other days.
And the powder flask, and hunter's horn,
Have hang beside it for many a morn.
For years have fled, with noiseless tred,
Like foiry dreams away,
AVid left in their flight, all shorn of its might,
A father—old and gray ;
And a soft wind plays with his snow white
hair,
And tbe old man sleeps in his easy ciiair. ^
Inside tbs door, on tbe sanded floor, .
Light, airy footsteps glide,
And a maiden fair, with flaxen hair,
Kneels by thé old man's side—
An old oak wrecked by tbe angry storm,
While the ivy «liege to its tumbling form.
dare of Farming Tools.
r Wf believa. it maj be eafelj asserted
' thst fbe firmer Î0 • course af years,
sustains u mach loss, or is pot to ns
■wh expense in pmoariDg tod«, by
»enaon of their deoay, in oon«eq«eno of
•eedlen exposure, as from their actual
wea r on "■•«inn.
Hoy mgny ere the inetaneM in which
the finning implement«, the plow«,
hamwa, reaper«, norm, roller«,rakes,
drill«, ft«., instead of .being carefully
honwd when their use for the yeer u
over, are left in the Seid«, or, persd
vsDtnre, drawn np in battle array in
front of tba house, occupying a goodly
portion of the road way, when covered
rtqff>DTC8i»nt
plaeee for breaking boreea' lega, taeriug
off ahoea, Ac., Ac. Perhaps, in addi
tion to these, are aondry wagons, hay
rakes and other accessary things, like
tha former, exposed to the deny which
most result from the raina, the freezing
and thawing of snowa of winter,
ehe auch season of exposure does
»cakeo Jhe wood of these ip^em«!**
tod fender new' purchases needful, than
ful usage »ud froteettan fnom tha web.
ther.
Now,
more
to
id
tbe
foil,
are
issue
to
A« a general mdo Ao impfemamtffgl,
or carriage of any kind, should be ex
ited when net in use. Those not
wanted iu the winter should be secured
from the weather during that time, and
ao with those not required during the
vance.
summer season, as sleighs,, sla^s, ètfi
The akittful, thrifty fturtntir
by bb-lttmition^) the minor point» of
Agriculture, by hia care to aavefis well
as to aequire ; and ha who neglect* the
tha tasaer things can not fail to |nd
draw-back a ou bis profits, large and
Take eure of tba peonies
•nd the poUwfa will take cara of thetn
aaiv mfUïK Patron.
constant.
! if
Ah
Bran and Corn Meal for Cows.
It is' wrtl settled in tbe opinion of all
best dairymen that bran greatly
piwmotoe the milk secretions in cows,
end it is fe^tlnpout universally. About
oquallv mixed with corn meal is the
mixture
to promote both quaoiity and quality
of milk. From several
seems
sources we
hear (M Vuckwheat bran is a great
prod Doer of milk, and it ia beiag used
cooeiderabl/ amoog oar Cheater coontj
dairyuteo, in abont tbe sente proportion
ns tha «titer. Thorns* Gawtbrep, near
West Grove, Cheater eonnty, also bj
triala with his own cowa, has
frilly satisfied himself that they do as
«eli irith ebrnand cob meal and bran
as with pare corn meal and bran. Tbe
amount of nutriment in corn eobs ia
tory small Ibat this result will have
« Ihe WBPWltion of
the ground oob aeting to promote diges
tion by distending tbe sMiRch. Th*
preaenee of bulky material being neeec
sary to promou distention and fill np
tbe atemaeh of reminating animals ba
, iffre "» M "««ompliahed, is
freqnantly lost sight of. Hungarian
I»" is always found for milch cows
to be rather superior to tba ordinary
ran of bay. The last year or two
Hungarian grass has loomed up won.
derfqlly in the estimation of our dairy
farmers, and a very large scope of land
will be SoWed with it the ooming sea
•on. It matures for cutting io about
-Jixty days, tod pTodueea two fb four
fO
tons per acre—tba latter of course
good «oils Three peck* to tbe a-*re ia
the usual allowance of seed.— Practi
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Farmers aometimea sneer at Agricul
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m*tit. !«rn, sad inwardly
is n good maxim in farming as
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filants.
«fiSErS»»«*
Tbe undersigned, having been engaged a
long time in tbe peach business, has neither
spared pains nor expense to secure tbe best
varieties of peaches, the best bearers, tbe
largest peaches,and those that will carry
and bring the most money in market. I am
now ready to receive orders for said trees, to
Mm-delivesetMiere ip the Murjery er 00=' board
-thé cars, 4his FaU, 48Mr » ad th* following
Spring. The following are the varieties and
the order of ripening :
Plow den's Red and
While Peach. Said
to be earlier than
Hale's Early, and
carries well.
Troth't Early. An old
variety, carries well.
Fatter Peach, Red and
Yellow. New varie
ty, and thé largest
early peach known.
Crawford't Early .—
Genuine stock.
Äeece's Fbeorilf.
well
ted from a seedling
that came up in my
Beer's.
garden.
Smock.
Salway.
Lattomus ' Large Late
White Seedling* Yookir
1st premium at WiH '
mingtou Exhibition
ill 1872
Toumtende late WA**/*
Similar to Lattomus' 1
and ripens about the
T" "
same tune. They are
bOtlvtiM Iqigept while
weiguing rrom , to j
White I
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Price'e Large Red and
White.
Delaware White. A
fine large wMfe
peach.
Town» ende
and White. The fin
est and largest late
Cling. Large.
Late White Heath
Cling. I
Late Large Yellow.—
October cline
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■fiÂafâHs«ù uas^:! 4 ?"
as Smock Orieina
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Persons making engagements, can rely on
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the whole lot, and was careful to make no |
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these trees for delivery. Send inyonr orders
8 °t ' a n . S ^ Mü fn ??J* SESD -
Townsend, Del., Sept. 19, 178« —3m.
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Late Red
FRUIT, SHADE, AND 0 RNA-;
' MENTAL TREES
FOR SALE,
AT THE DIAMOND STATE NURSERIES.
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or ornament ; 200,000 Osage Orange Quicks;
Gooseberry, Carrant, Blackberry, Raspberry,
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Send for Cata
Address,
and Price List.
ES T. SHALLCROSS,
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Nursery and Fruit Farm.
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A large abd Wried assortment of
General Nursery
MIDDLETOWN
nibihff Ti^tW^fr-girr 1
PEACH TREES A SPECIALTY.
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E. R. COCHRAN.
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CHOICE selection of
PEACH TREES
of tbe best family and market varieties.
SMALL FRUIT PLANTS, OSAGE ORANGÉ
PLANtq; ÄSHJR-V6 D^^itOOTS, >E T c.,
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For foil of 187« and spring of 1875 planting
for sale at very low prices. Address
HENRY CLAYTON,
Monol PleMaol, Dab
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Munin nnwnq
Ladies' aid Geatleaen's Oyster
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Connected with the OLD BANK Ice Cream
and Oonfeetinnorv Sinr.
2T qjftffywtoMjyww < rü«*™
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csaloon lor Doth ladies and gentlemen, where
S'ÄSa w ,Ä&SÄÄSS
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is as usual lull of tbe
Oysters! Oysters!
RKjE'g i
nest Confectionery. I
P , WR I
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such as Fruit, Pound, Lady, Sponge, Cup,
Drop, and all kinds of Fancy Cakes for par- |
^■"«^^Wn»a.,.upufostof» notice. We
keep oo hand Raisins, Citi^Q, Lemon and I
Orange Peel, Currants, Figs, Dates, Prunes,
and all kinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruits.
both green and dried. We shall keep for
Christina« a full line of Toys for the young,
hi** j 'foA ltfffCT î lI l rtlf» ll^jh'flgri J th
Don't forget the place, Rice's Old Bank, and
don't purchase anywhere until yon have ex
amined my stock.
Nov 7—ly.
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E. B. RICE.
OYEBS OF FINE POULTRY!
it
Tbi nhderslgned would respectfully call your
attention to tbe ehoict coDectisns of
FINE FOWLS
which be is now offering for dale (for breed
ing purposes) at very low prices,
•idering ths high standard of tbeir
pedigree. Tbe varieties con
iSitt af.tbs.following:- , .
con
"DARK BRAMAS'' bred from "WIL
" and "IMPOR
LIAM
IS," " HERSTINES
STOCK."
TED
Piî$kW<iÉ^èôCH^ltà,'' / bred 'from IM
PORTED STOCK.
"BUFF OOOHINS," brad from "CHURCH
MAN'S STOCK."
BRONZE TDRK1ES, froip R, F. Lewis'
prifo 8tqpk.
EGG8 of all the «bore for sale, Call and
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January 17, 1874-lyr.
MIDDLETOWN IEONFOUNDfiY I
and
MACHINE SHOP'
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Particular attention given to RepairingH
Machinery. Cash for old Iron. B
3 WM. L. BUCKE A SON |
Ju 4-tr Founders and MswbmUts.
, j
T he lindereigped hereby gives notice that
fie has thin day made an assignment of
«II bis personal psogpr^ ^to^ff. E. W*lker, J
ASSIGNMENT.
Rsq., for
Persons haring claims against me, or who
are indebted to
with tbs assignee
jreMrms,
rne, are requested to settl
. JAS. H. SOOWDRICK.
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poison or utner inesns, mna tub organs
MIS! 1 !
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ClzzIMsa, Boor Eructations of ths Stomach, Bad
raute In the Mouth. Bilious Attacha Palpitation ot
the^ekrt, Inflamm'aUonTf The LuumjSi" tathe
region of the kidneys, and a hundred other painful
than t lengthy advertisement.
I ÄÄIÄÄÄÄ
the torn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so de
il
A'
the point of
•vl
I F .r I.lamurj Chromic ■h—
raMMsfertjfl«4tt, .«Man* Aewftten« Ad Inter
mlttent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kid
fs ssÄfssas- 1
.wrÄfSsr -
powerful agent in relieving Congestion or
mattonof the Liver snd visceral Organs,
Bilious Hfe^Sem ■ 'Ji QlJf Tl i
P i5*itfife!f>iS i *®''î'? , f3»?Pf lon 5j.î&îi t * r '
| carbuncles. Ring-worms', Scald-Head, Sore Byes,
| Erysipelas, Itch, ScurläT Discolorations of the Skin,
I Humors and Diseases of the Skin of whatevepname
ornature, arellte rally dugnp and carried orte ftt ie
tubs the most wonderftu Invlgormnt that évnt
talned the sinking system.
K. H. HeBONALlI
Sc CO.
■Drnggtsts and Gen. Agts., San Francisco. CsL, A
Aug 1—ly.
RHEUMATISM.
<wml
' Heme TettUfaonJr.
Mr. ffn. W. Reel, residing in South WR
mingtoa and employed in tbe Dia»ond State
Rolling Mill, suffered fi>r nine mouths with tbe
Rbeumatiem,. and was under medical treat
j,iMftt witfcoqt much effect during this time.—
Sometimes conld neither dtassor Bmhçaa,nnd
and would suffer with fearful exçriiciating
patos. Or: Simms' CriebrtrtedTWin Sbarcher
cored after about four weeks'. pncafeMnt use:'
tbe first bottle gave mach relief, the eeeond
this case we.aisoimfrrta Metscei Parry k Son,'
nltidÈÂfSÂifiSSW, à bad earn of
stoeklSSSS» 1 -n. a
utfr sob; « hoy of 12 yean
igpainerCcmleBMrBm his
. legs a particle, yet was able to walk m 24
Ihoera. Two bottle* cured in nach eit these
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sufficient to convince any one^ ..
THE PAIN SEARCHER
, QnicklY relieves prftiAps'and Pains, Neural
I wonderful medicine, not having foiled in a
im»G»DiBMasse''
Ct8|
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Wilmington, Del.
la
M, Arab'
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Baltimore Depot, 108 Baltimore street.
Said by PR. BARR, Middletown ; WM. CaR
NAGY, Kirkwood, and dealers every where.
! Oct 25*-2nmh: -
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CORNS, BÜNIONR
WflaSiMRi »»'132„
curse, we flourish the sharpest knives above their
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nate enouah to be afflicted with it. The sleepless
nighu, the ûndomfbrtatiiè days, theh»g*ard look»of
Sffi 5 Ät!toS«sSÄ 7 S
)S^euL h ühS^Ä-Ä«ilto$?äuSii P Sj'
I lief ia immediate when asnd! as dimetod. The im
I BÀjtdweh«-. anSfltu*!! 1 »
dectuieffcet ,t Dr. J. Brigg») Alleviator, for the »peedy
cure or the above nientioned very prevalent and pain
IssS'Œrâs-' 1 """' """""*"
r 'Nftn «K r ânr a^ea Jts
l 2 CSSS®fcs
aeleu
are entreatiee, tear», curse», groan» ; nothing can re
move OwrcoTna »ut Brigg»' Alleviator *a4 Curative, a
sure cure for Corns, Bunion», Ingrowing Nails, and
all ailmentsof SKffOet. -
Piles ! Piles BSS
»life remedy for Coughs,
I f!e*sadt,hgA^»W?knd _ .
(Whooping Cough, Croup, Hoarseness, Bronchitis,
I Urynglti«, Sore Throat, Asthma, Consumption, and
I all disease» of the throat, lungs and chest.
fj Q D^â^Ape themosttgimufüüwiofgraia
| ^ 2 arl ^-i AfCT7 ne hM •
I young ladies who daily promenade fashionable re
sorti; middle-aged matrons; old maids, dressed up to
fPÇS* 1, JJJW and *HLSi wi îî l , P* te " fc
iiêreyman* mereraït^w , e?c 1 rert al ilrtiiM t, M<l^ e
chanic, of all ages and station«, havèa fell supply of
corn», bunions, bad nail» snd other botherations of
the % cor Tl. ,,r . th *
and'eu^at??* C<>nl ** d B<u,io ° cemedie *> AU *viator
Corns
Bunion«, Bod Nail« and all Disease« of the
Feet, Cancer« and Scrofulous Humors,
. „v., skillfull/ on'
: cettrW Chia
irtrinj, New
Piles
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tte,
Da. J. Baiaos k Co., Prop.
Dr, Brigs»' Remeflies for »ale by
SAti'L R. STEPHENS
A CO.
Hiddletown, Del.
Also for sale by H. P. Baker, Odessa, Del.
March 1-ly.
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Conghfl, GOLDS/flOARSESESS,
AND ALL THROAT DISEASES,
Wells' Carbolic Tablets,
POT DP ONLY IN BLUE BOUS.
A TRIED AND EURE REMEDY.
Sold by Drnggigts.
no 28-4t
bin: *»
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| t citigens of. Middletown and vidnity that
' he has cn hand a large and well selected
stock of handsome and durable
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Walnut and Other Furniture,
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I which be will seir very cheap for cash, Buv
ing at,wholesale cash rates be feels assured
that be can sell as low as the same good:
be bodght elsewhere. By buying of him put
ebasers will be saved the freight on thei
nWWWftjyiâÿi i
> U ( . tJMSlItaflUfcti Work i :
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at short notice, and in a manner excelled
by none. Persons wishing Metallic or Wood
en baskets or Cases will find it to their ad
vantage to call on him. He htw, algo,
• TAYLOR h «ON»«
Wai&Frt** iffiOFJBW,
The Corpse ^uay.be drefeed in the finest fob.
rte* »nd not b* soiled, (»nd u»n be seen at »11
tirtes) a* nothing bnt 4ty cold «1» enter* the
can
R.
GEORGE W. WILSON, Aul 'im
practical Cabinet Maker and Ündertakèr,
Feb 1-12 m
MlddlitowoDel.
§rg ëoada and êroima
TO THE PUBLIC.
■"Tsapaws?- call the attention
Large and Well-Selected Stock

Consisting in part of
DRYGOODS,
NOTIONS, QEOCEEEES, BOOTS,
Shoes, Hats, Hardware,
Queensware, Wood and Willow Ware,
Earthen and Stone Ware.
ot
FISH, ME ATS, «fco.
And everything usually kept in a
First Class Country Stwe,
All.of which have been selected with
care, and will be
80LD AT PRICES
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TIMES.
1
-Gi v e- us a. cal l be for e purch asi ng elsewh ere
vn owiiißF
FOR SHOWING GOODS.
Oharles Tatman Jr.
MIDDLETOWN, DEL.
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Ik making my purchases for this season's
trqde, I bave exercisad great care and taste in
tai/'sriections, searching the market tborongb
Iv before I bought anything, and then only
pjwg what I knew wonld snit my custom-1
teSR
h> prfes ek quality, nn ij ~™«Jy invit e an
j3gSSS5«Êï}
nSen^ro Ä
Dry
and
t of
Wood and Willoww
price
W1
for cask?*!
Don't foil.to visit me before buying.
' , : < ' J. F. ELIASON.
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M. L. Ö^EDCASTLE,
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WITH
SB.
[S & CO.,
MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE.
... it
New and Large 8tock of
Fäll I Winter Goods,
Consisting In part of
Dren Gdddfi' of Varioufi Stales,
NOYIONS, FANCY GOODS, *
Cloths, Cassimeres, Kerseys,
.Tlii t/VM -i'.i *■ y:-.' --ï:- ;:•!"
BLANKBT8/ CÜMF0RTABLES,
COVERLIDS, HATS, CAPS, I
Back Gloves, Man's and Boys' |
READY MADÇ dOTHRrö:

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Derbys, Chesterfields, and Overcoats: MAu's
Derbys, Chesterfields, and Overcoats: MAu's
Gum Coals and Oil Cloth Spits,
HOME-MADE KERSEY SUITS,
800 yards of carpets,
From 25 mat* to $1.60.
lap Rob«« and florae Blankets,
■ Double and Single Barrel Guns, $5.00 to
$20.00 : , Pistols, Gartridgns, Wash Rods, Ram
Bods» Wad», Rod. Heads, Screws, and Gun
Tubes.
; .Tbs nujsrity of the above goods will, be
sold as low as they canbabooght in foe city.
Buyers will please «all and see onr goods
and price*. ...
Highest casbpriospaidfor Part try and Eggs.
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FRUITS AND PRODUCE,
HO. 9© PARK FLACK. H. T.
Poultry for Christmas And New Year n
Specialty. In order to âecnrp prompt
of the poultry we should receive it at least
three Ay« prior to> «nebi holiday.
Consignments solicited. Dee 13-ly.
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Send for self-measurement circular.
J. P. DOUQHTBN,
rt*y îfi-tf did Market Wilmington. Dal
R. B. OQCHJUV.
JOHN NIX.
COCHRAN, NIX Sc CO.
c:- Cl O O r ^L»A t C "T
COMMISSJON -MERCHANTS
(grain, Srnn&er, jpCSt i
ISAAC JONES, Jr.
F. S. COX.
COX & JON ES,
MIDDLETOWN, DEL.,
GRAIN
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COMMISSION ME«0HâNTS,Caro«aa,
wiuaixooiwu ' 1
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aud wholesale amp ehail oealebs is
COAL, LIME, FLOUR,f
FEED, SEEDS, ' n
FERTILIZERS,
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Agricultural-Implements, Ac.
Beet I^itigh and Schuylkill anthracite and
Cumberland bituminous Coale on
hand at all times.
I
Nov 3i-tf.
a.. T. Bradley,
S.i TOTLOKi CO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Middletown, Delaware.
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I, .Having rented the storehouse opposite ths 1
National Hotel, formerly occapiad by E. T-[Je«
*'■" ■« '"•" a i" 1 ". •
I business in |
GRAIN Or ALL KINDS,
LAND AND BUILDING LIME,
f FERTILIZERS ON ALL KINDS, |
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FarmiuglmplemBBta of All Kinds.
j BE BJSST BRANDS ORFLÛÜR,
seeds s kardware,\
GOAL OR JML KJND&
it
We shall make it a specialty to get pure
j Seeds direct feomthegrnwen.
We will itoke te aeU. cm commkaioii, ox we
I will qoasigu for any party, any ,kind of Pro
I dnce, at a small per cen tage.
I Cash will be paid for Grain on cer, where I
them is • large quantity, if the setter should
w "•
Good* delivered intown free of charga. I
Hoping to share a pvt of the public paAron-l
agew. will try to p£«ealL
.. S. A. wHITLOCÉ & CO., I _
mar 21—ly
i. a. roARD.
WM. A. OOmOTS.
FOARD & COMEGYS,
I Grain OomioisBon Merohants,
,
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ï fand
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AND WHOLI8ALI AND UTAIL DUUU IN
Lime, Fertilizers
COAL,
FLOUR, MEAL, FEED, &c.,
ALSO,
Agricultural Implements.
Sole agants for
HAMILTON'S CELEBRATED GRAIN AND | ^
PHOSPHAT* DRILL. u
Also, Sole Agents 7or the
nnrTum ii - - - .
?pI'1f5LBjPACIP3;C öuaiio
I,| Wbauu'sBaw-BoneSuper-Phosphalaand
-, 8UN GUANO
I ÄussAü DON'S PHOSPHATE,
| j M. Rhodei' Genuine Phosphate j
(«to tight.
■ nés« of .tbe timet.
I All klndsof COAL constantly on hand, and I
fofAafe at foe very lowest cash rate*. I al)
STANTON MILLS
g*K|BESTBRANDS OFFLèUIl.
tTÎ U ^
LUMBER & HARDWARE.
J. B. FENIMORE Sc OO.I
I I ver
MIDDLÏTOWK. DELA WAHR, |
I Lnmhny ftTld HäldWäTO
■ -• "
Opposrrs rax Dcpot,
D KALI OS » AU KINDS OF

BRICKS, LIME, hub, sash, DOORS, BLINDS
MOULDINGS, PAINTS, OILS,
GLA8S, ETC: ETC.
Constantly on hand all kinds of
Building Material.
' Janaary 15—tf
TER
tbe
Wish« to inform tbe formers and pnhHcwsa
erally that he atiU continues th»'
mannfactnre of
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-IFARMING IMPLEMENTS R.
At the old stand, on tha corner of
®*h and Bread streets, in i
ODESSA, DELAWARE, I
cava, Wiley, Ac. Ha has recently connected I
with bis former bnsinesn an Iron Fonodrv I
furnishing all tba different kinds of plow Iron«
such as are need in thin section, Girin« soe
attention to, foie Un* of trad«, having ,
:!Ä I
!.. «Ij, d- lb. rithuTibb STX'iL'. I
tba oeUbratad Pion oar Stump Poller I
I'
Horae-Sboetog, done . with
ipsa
sales__
tention to
share in foe fobno.
Odsma, 187«.
Ne
qaa tacfe an ddUpatfo. Plow Bolts»ndCtov
^BtS7tK2îiiïlfoî^tfo.«.i„- • , . \y
• future. L- V/iSPRlL. tarn
-UMy I
SB
Jjhoßphatf», &.
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rr*»n/.
This wan first introduced in 186«. It is
•old sxtensirely in (be Staten of Couaecticut,
New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Dela
ware,' Maryland, Virginia, North and South
Georgia Alabama, Missltoippi,
Louisiana, and other States for all Suple
crops, vin : - • :
WHEAT, CORN,
AND OTHER GRAINS,
TOBACcrcr, cotton,
8ÜGAR-CANE, ETC. ;
T
also (hr use om truck farms, with enfirenstüs
faetto* to consumers.
arising from natural causes.
It has
r favor,
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the; fact thit
as is maqlfestec
this year exciet
year of its nee.
far
of
IF. KABTHAÜS FOCatE & 00 .,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Maaeüf«, VD., AOs. 19rn, 187«.
Mettre. F. K. AeAsi# Co. PUtada:
Dsas S» : 1 have used yonr Pacific Guano
r a number of years, with varions other
phosphates, and Was well pleased with tbe re
sults. I can recommend it an being ngaetf
K'n
for
«
in
Mhürtti'lto.v Amti mit
Äe*« # O» Ä"
yoarSolnahWlu
lent along «life Of Ytohmil
fiel« and as Martha
Meurt. F. JE
Sias: I used
All on my tr
celsior in the saine
Elc - a' '
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quantity of each as I could .drill them, and Sr;
T-[Je« wManj dlAmeé ffuf^tnAWi^w
rssssr ». sä
more this fall. '
(Signed)
FOR SALl Slf
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FQARJ> & COMEGYS,
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L. M. BEANv
MASSEYS, MD.
IBOULDEN âc BOWEN.
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CHESAPEAKE CPFY, MD.
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new JERSEY OHEMIOAL OOP*
hit;
• MII'I'J tl
rj.lltt.,,.,«!
Super-Phosphate.
; .umpn (W..& Wtm* ■
The New Jersey Chemical e
ig pwrehaaed the right of Yah
slehrated Wattson k Clary q » . , r _,
their superior facilities will enable
maintalh its past itar.dàd hi every
at the aametlw^to offer it on morn mtfel
factory tonne than heretofore.
'iîïiSlÂ***
' JOÔN aI'REYNOLD^*
hav
agthe
to
Mr
sept 12-3m. Middletown, D*T.
WflP -
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IWATCHE8 AND JEWELRY,
L,
SÜV©r Olid Plated . WaT6
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of li ït. Wrfdîag
eald; 8ilver and Steel Spectacles to suit
al) a K"- Dee. UMtf
y Vo, 35} SOUTH EIGHTH STREET, 5
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THOMAS HA88EI,J9L
CLOCK and watch mark,
■ Lri
Katn Street, aast door to Natistosl
Middletown, DelitMt*
wfÄC«
ver Napkin Rings, Silver Thimbles, Salt,
lÄiä, T SS ssikssssäs
"ÄS'ÄÄäJ'fe'
" AOBNT FOE ' :
De "FINNY'S SPECTACLES. 1
Dae. 12—If.
J. MEIEE 4 BB0„
merchant Tailors,
• ; uflkAhÜtk 9« 008 ® *»» Aim Se».,' ^ m
;**' PHILADELPHIA,
Havpin Stock afoll line of
l< .
i».; .»iAj mwsA Vaatlnga jf :
Offoshsffmtdesign» Mr FALL «nd WIN- |
TER wear, which wilt be mad« to wdsr' la
tbe Infest styles and best manner. Special at
tention given to Dress Snlfe.
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR 8TOCK.
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R.
EDWARDS.
TAILOR, "•«
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MIDDLETOWN, DEL.
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C. MAISEL,
TAILOR, (Worn Paris).
***l Mmt,
PHILADELPHIA.
Oet $8, >8t4-tf
UJAJÏ1— -ly
/CONSTANT EMPLOYMENT—At home
male or female, $30 a week warrant^:
£$s3:5sasi , /" ta -
tarn ttamn. O. ROSS. Willto-atoîL
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